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Library

The Library is housed in 30,000 sq.ft. building with State of art facility

Our academic achievements are mainly effected through the provision of vast number of books and reference materials in the library. The Library is housed in 30,000 sq.ft., with State of Art facility and spacious computerized library provides a good ambience for exploring new areas of knowledge. The library is open from 9 am to 6.30 pm from Monday to Saturday. The Digital library is open on all 7 days a week. There is separate reference section, T.V.rooms,Video Conferencing room, Group Study Rooms and Research Scholars Room,Career Guidance Section, Project and Back Volume Section, Own Book Reading Room and CEC section etc.

The following facilities and services are available

  • Comfortable and well furnished seating accommodation.
  • A digital library with more than 90 systems with leased line Internet.
  • Online CD library with more than 2300 CDs in different subjects.
  • CD, DVD access/writing, scanning and printing facility for users.
  • Established NLIIST resource network center.
  • Bar Coded identity for all books.
  • An OPAC search for easy location of books and articles.
  • Reprographic facility available to enable the users to take copies of reference materials.

SKASC LIBRARY RESOURCES
DEPARTMENTS VOLUMES TITLES
Computer Science 9442 5942
Commerce 2808 1885
Management 5367 3927
Biosciences 2778 2173
Costume and Fashion Design 537 417
Catering Science and Hotel Management 1207 1065
Mathematics 2851 1754
Electronics and Communication Systems 2167 1453
Social Work 1402 1244
Tamil (Literature) 2221 2113
English (Literature) 3078 2591
Hindi 48 46
General 1253 1189
Culture And Ethics 606 419
Civil Service Academy 252 38
Book Bank 5049 1660
Total No of Books 41066 27916
PERIODICAL SECTIONS
DEPARTMENT N.J N.M I.J I.M TOTAL
Bio Sciences 14 1 - - 15
Catering Science 3 3 - - 6
Commerce 13 4 2 - 19
Computer Science 10 6 3 - 19
Costume Fashion and Design 6 6 - - 12
Electronics 7 4 2 - 13
Management 14 8 1 - 23
Mathematics 6 3 2 - 11
Social Work 13 1 - - 14
Tamil 5 8 - - 13
English 9 2 1 - 12
General 11 39 - 1 51
TOTAL NO OF BOOKS 111 85 11 1 208
OTHER DETAILS
National Journals 111
National Magazines 85
International Journals 11
International Magazines 1
Total No Of CD / DVDs 3970
Total No Of Project Reports 7306
Total No Of Back Volumes 1333
Total No Of Question Papers 137
Total No Of News Papers 11

Staff Details

DESIGNATION NAME
Chief Librarian Dr. R.Moorthy,M.Com., M.L.I.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D
Assistant Librarian D. Vijayalakshmi, B.Com., M.L.I.Sc,P.G.D.C.A
Assistant Librarian Mr. K R Sambath Ponraj, B.A., B.L.I.Sc
Library Assistants M. Selvaraj, C.L.I.Sc
Library Assistants S. Menaka B.Com, C.L.I.Sc
Library Assistants R.Rajalakshmi, C.L.I.Sc.
Library Attender P. Gokila vani
Library Attender G. Saravana Kumari

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